The Brazilian dons the green following a two-year stint with FURIA FURIA Brazil Rank #2 in which he attended two international LANS – Champions 2021 and 2022 – excluding LOCK//IN. Within the Americas League, Quick and the rest of FURIA advanced from the group stage but were only able to win a single match against Leviatán Leviatán Latin America South Rank #1 before falling to LOUD and NRG Esports NRG Esports North America Rank #4 .
Due to health issues, Quick sat out the Americas LCQ, in which FURIA were quick to exit after suffering a loss to KRÜ Esports KRÜ Esports Latin America South Rank #4 , who went on to perform a Cinderella run to qualify for Los Angeles' Champions.
LOUD have held onto most of their roster following a commendable season. After just barely missing out on hoisting São Paulo's trophy in front of a home crowd, the team dominated the Americas League playoffs and placed among the top eight at Masters: Tokyo.
After battling their way through Group D at Champions, LOUD sent both FNATIC and EDward Gaming EDward Gaming China Rank #1 home before falling to eventual champions Evil Geniuses Evil Geniuses North America Rank #1 in a five-map thriller.
Nearly a month later, Erick "aspas" Santos announced that his contract with LOUD had expired and that he would not be returning to the team, leaving the organization with one vacant spot on the roster later to be filled by Quick.